Now, mood management is in everyone’s reach.
Anger. Depression. Anxiety. Low self-esteem. With the help of this guide, millions of Americans can stop suffering from these difficult emotions. Written by a prominent psychologist, this book is chock-full of the many strategies and approaches that have proven effective over the years. And since one size does not fit all, it includes information on self-help and counseling, psychiatric medication and psychological therapy, physical exercise and cognitive behavioral therapy.
• Offers a number of time-tested and scientifically proven approaches to managing moods
• Addresses fears and myths regarding treatment
• Will be helpful to a variety of people, including those suffering from alcoholism, drug addiction, bipolar disorder, depression, postpartum depression, and chronic pain
About the Author
John D. Preston, Psy.D., ABPP, is a professor of psychology at Alliant International University in Sacramento. He has also taught at UC Davis School of Medicine. The author of 15 books, he wrote the Drugs in Psychiatry chapter in The Encyclopedia Americana. He has also won the Mental Health Association's President's Award and the California Psychological Association's Distinguished Contributions to Psychology Award.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book has given me very practical solutions for managing my mood swings.
Fast read, and easy to comprehend.
This book is definitely worth your time!